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ANNUAL REPORTS 

1978 




TOWN OF 



OSSIPEE 



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Cover Photo — Senior Citizens Center 
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ANNUAL REPORTS 

Tpwn Officers 

OSSIPEE 

New Hampshire 

TAX RATES 

$6.01 per $100.00 



Municipal 1.47 Ossipee Corner Precinct .37 

County .38 West Ossipee Precinct .46 

School 4.16 Center Ossipee Precinct .43 



For the fiscal year ending 
December 31, 1978 

Vital Statistics for 1978 



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Lt. Col. Kenneth M. Hayes 
DEDICATION 1978 



Born in Ryegate, Vermont, in 1914, Kenneth M. Hayes, 
who resided in Center Ossipee for many years before 
moving to West Ossipee, was a man whose accomplish- 
ments warrant great distinction and whose warmth and 
sincerity demanded great respect. 

It is to the memory of our friend, Lt. Col. Ken Hayes, 
that the 1978 Ossipee Town Report is dedicated. 



Lt. Col. Hayes spent his early years in Groveton where 
he attended local schools and was an outstanding athlete, 
starring in baseball, basketball, and hockey. 

He joined the N.H. State Police on June 15, 1939, and 
was appointed as Sargeant in 1962. He attained the rank of 
Major in 1973 and Lt. Col. in 1974. 

During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy. 

He was a Deacon of the Second Congregational Church 
of Ossipee, a member of the Ossipee Valley Lodge 74, F 
and AM; Calvin Topliff Chapter OES in Freedom, the 
Harvard Associates in Police Science, a past president of 
the Carroll County Law Enforcement Association, a 
member of Harriman-Hale Post of the American Legion in 
Wolfeboro and the N.H. Veteran's Association. 

Col. Hayes also held membership 'in the N.H. 
Association of Retired Law Enforcement Officers, the 
N.H. Police Association, the National Rifle Association, 
the N.H. Board of Claims, a recent appointment by the 
Governor, and was an ombudsman for nursing homes. 

For many years he was a member of the N.H. Traffic 
Safety Commission, a post he held as a top administrator 
in the Stale Police. 

He was an avid sportsman all his life, enjoying 
hunting, fishingj, and out door life. 

He had retired on July 1, 1977 after serving with the 
N.H. State Police for 38 years, rising through the ranks to 
Lt. Col. and served in command as head of the Traffic 
Bureau. 

Ken was a man of great stature, which only 
complemented his strength of character. For his devotion 
to his family and community, and for his earnest approach 
to his profession, whi^h requires limitless bravery and 
self-control, we present this testimony of dedication and 
respect. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Town Officers 5 

Warrant 7 

Budget 12 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 15 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 17 

Financial Report 22 

Schedule of Town Property 29 

Summary of Appropriations & Expenditures 30 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 32 

Balance Sheet 35 

Tax Collector's Report 37 

Town Clerk's Report 42 

Treasurer's Report 42 

Selectmen's Report 47 

Report of Town Audit 64 

Ossipee District Court Report 64 

Library Report 66 

Ossipee Cemetery Report 66 

Trustee of Trust Funds 68 

Police Department Report 74 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 78 

Ossipee Planning Board 81 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 82 

Ossipee Nursing Service 85 

Fire Warden's Report 87 

Vital Statistics 88 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 93 

Budget-Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 95 

Ossipee Precinct '*A" Financial Report 97 

Budget-Ossipee Precinct **A" 98 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 100 

Budget-West Ossipee Fire Precinct 103 
Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 105 
Budget-Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 107 



TOWN OFFICERS 1978 

Selectmen 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER ROGER H. BUSCH 

FRANKLIN R.RILEY 

Moderator 

JOHN SANDERS 

Treasurer 
LAURENCE BROWNELL 

Town Clerk 
CAROLYN CONNER 

Tax Collector 
THOMAS GALANTE 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 

JOHN E. FOGARTY, Chief 
RALPH FLORIA 

Community Nurse 
CLYDE V. MERRILL, R.N. 

Recreation Dept. 

JAMES THOMPSON, Director 
WALLACE NUDD, Jr. 

Librarian 
BEATRICE SMART 

Library Trustees 
EDWARD SMART ROLLAND LORD 

RUTHECKHOFF 

Cemetery Trustees 

WALTER WHITE BERYL KRAMER 

GERARD POWERS, SR. 



Board of Health 

DR. ANNE COLLINS BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Ossipee District Court Justice 

LAWRENCE WALSH, ESQ. 
PETER FAUVER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 

Clerk 
JUNE LOUD 

Town Counsel 
FREDERIC COX, ESQ. 

Supervisors of the Check List 
KENWOOD WHITE MILDRED WHITE 

EDWARD C. SMART 

Representatives to the General Court 
RODERICK ALLEN GEORGE D. KELLER 

Auditors 
HARVEY EMERSON GRANT KRAMER 

Budget Committee 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Chair. 
CHRISTINE POWERS JOHN THOMPSON 

GRACE STOCKBRIDGE JIM HARBISON 

BRUCE FROST DAVID ORINO 

JOHN C. ECKHOFF ERNEST RILEY JR. 

DAVID HELME DOUGLAS MEADER 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL,SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in town affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of 
said day to act on the following articles, the polls to remain 
open until six o'clock in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a selectman for three years, 
library trustee for three years, cemetery trustees, one for 
three years, one for two years and one for one year, town 
clerk, treasurer and two auditors for one year, tax 
collector for one year ^unexpired term) and all other 
officers and agents required by law to be elected or 
nominated at the annual meeting. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to alter the hours 
during which the polls shall remain open. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the dog 
control ordinance pursuant to RSA 466:30-a by ballot vote, 
the official ballot to contain the question: "Shall we adopt 
the provisions of RSA 466:30-a which makes it unlawful for 
an owner of any dog licensed or unlicensed to permit said 
dog to run at large, except when accompanied by the 
owner or custodian, and when used for hunting, herding, 
supervised competition and exhibition or training for 
such?" 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles : 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 



Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to sell any property taken by tax title or 
otherwise. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State Aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the ensuing year the following sums of 
money for the following purposes: 

For Town Officers' Salaries $ 13,250.00 

For Town Officers' Expenses 32,000.86 

For Election and Registration Expenses 1 ,500.00 

For Municipal & District Court Expenses 20,398.00 

For Town Hall and other Town Buildings 16,000.00 

For Police Department 49,689.56 

For Fire Department*(Forest Fires) 1,000.00 

For Planning and Zoning 4,305.00 

For Insurance 32,462.13 
For Health Dept. incl. Hospitals and Ambulance 22,007.00 

For Town Dump and Garbage Removal 7,638.40 

For Town Road Aid 1,814.42 
For Town Maintenance., Summer and Winter, 

including bridges and culverts 149,519.09 

For Street Lighting 1 ,400.00 

For General Expenses of Highway Dept. 30,000.00 

For Libraries 5,300.00 

For Town Poor 4,000.00 

For Old Age Assistance 8,000.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 250.00 

For Recreation (Parks & Playgrounds) 20,365.05 

For Cemeteries 1,850.00 

For Damages & Legal expenses 10,000.00 

For Advertising and Regional Associations 376.76 
For Employees' Retirement & Social Security 16,544.33 

For Principal on Long Term Loans 10,663.57 



For Interest on Long Term Loans 3,380.05 

For Interest on Temporary Loans 8,000.00 

(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $16,000.00 for the purchase of one highway truck 
for town road maintenance and to authorize the with- 
drawal of this amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund 
established under the provisions of the State and Local 
Assistance Act of 1972. This will be a replacement truck. 
(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $5,865.00 for the purchase of one highway sand 
spreader for town road maintenance and to authorize the 
withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue Sharing 
Fund established under the provisions of the State and 
Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Approved by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $9,100.00 and authorize the withdrawal of this 
amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under 
the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 
for use as a setoff against the budgeted appropriation of 
the Police Department. (Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $59,575.00 for the purpose of preparing plans 
and specifications on sewerage and sewage treatment 
facilities which are requirements contained in the Federal 
Water Pollution Control Act and authorize the withdrawal 
of $23,195.00 (Town Share) for this purpose from the 
Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provisions of 
the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 with the balance 
of $36,380.00 (State Share) to be raised by taxation. 
(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to apply for and 
accept Federal Housing and Urban Development Funds in 



the amount of $391,373.06. Said funds to be used for the 
ineligible portions of the sewer construction costs. 
(Approved by Budget Committee). 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $12,500.00 for a Water Study and authorize the 
withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue Sharing 
Fund established under the provisions of the State and 
Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Approved by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $2,000.00 to begin compiling the History of 
Ossipee and to authorize the withdrawal of this amount 
from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the 
provision of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972. 
(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to appoint a committee to participate in a study 
to determine the feasibility of a regional refuse disposal 
facility. 

Article 16. Resolution. WHEREAS, there continues to 
exist within the state a serious shortage of safe and 
sanitary dwelling accommodations at rents which elderly 
and low income persons can afford, and that such persons 
are forced to occupy substandard dwelling accommoda- 
tions; and 

WHEREAS, the general Court of the State of New 
Hampshire has enacted Chapter 204-A of the New 
Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated establishing the 
New Hampshire Housing Commission; and 

WHEREAS, Section 9 of that Act provides that in a 
municipality where there is no local housing authority 
operation, the Commission shall not operate without the 
consent of the governing body of a municipality; and 



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WHEREAS, said Section 9 provides that consent of the 
governing body must be given for each project; and 

WHEREAS, under the provisions of Section 8 of the 
U.S. Housing Act of 1937, as amended, the United States of 
America acting through the Secretary of Housing and 
Urban Development, is authorized to enter into annual 
contributions contracts with public housing agencies 
pursuant to which such agencies may enter into contracts 
to make assistance payments to owners; 

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town 
Meeting of the Town of Ossipee, County of Carroll, State of 
New Hampshire, that the New Hampshire Housing 
Commission be and is authorized to operate in said Town 
of Ossipee, County of Carroll, State of New Hampshire; 
authorized to sponsor a project, under Section 8 of the U.S. 
Housing Act of 1937, as amended, for any of the following 
dwelling accommodations or a combination thereof: (a) 
existing standard housing; (b) rehabilitated housing; (c) 
newly constructed housing; the total amount of the 
foregoing not to exceed 25 dwelling units. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to abandon 
Chick Road extending from Old Tuftonboro Road to an iron 
pin marking the commencement of the Harold Neal Lot 
owned by Seth and Elois Armen pursuant to the provisions 
of New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated 238. 

Article 18. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 22nd day of 
February, 1979. 



DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK RILEY 



A true copy attest: 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK RILEY 



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BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year 
January 1, 1979 to December 31, 1979. 



Date Jan. 31, 1979 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 



JOHN E.THOMPSON 
JOHN ECKHOFF 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 
BRUCE L. FROST 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 



ERNEST RILEY, JR. 
DONNA E.SARGENT 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 



Approp. Recommended Submitted 
Previous 1979 Without Recom- 

mendation 



General Government: 


Fiscal Year 


(1979-80) 


Town Officer's Salaries 


$12,000.00 


$13,250.00 


Town Officers' Expenses 


20,000.00 


32,000.86 


Election and Registration expenses 


2,500.00 


1,500.00 


Municipal and District Court 






Expenses 


17,015.00 


20,398.00 


Expenses town hall & Other 






Buildings 


16,000.00 


16,000.00 


Protection of Persons & Property: 






Police Department 


38,729.20 


49,689.56 


Fire Department, inc . forest fires 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Planning and Zoning 


4,305.00 


4,305.00 


Insurance 


19,000.00 


32,462.13 


Civil Defense 


500.00 


-0- 


Conservation Commission 




-0- 


Health Department: 






Health Dept. - Hospital - 






Ambulance 


22,024.51 


22,007.00 


Town Dump and Garbage Removal 


2,000.00 


7,638.40 


Highways & Bridges: 






Town road aid 


1,487.99 


1,814.42 


Town Maintenance 


149,519.09 


149,519.09 


Street Lighting 


1,500.00 


1,400.00 


General expenses of highway 






department 


30,000.00 


30,000.00 


Libraries : 






Library 


5,300.00 


5,300.00 


Public Welfare: 






Town Poor 


5,000.00 


4,000.00 


Old Age Assistance 


7,000.00 


8,000.00 


Patriotic Purposes: 






Memorial Day - Old Home Day 


250.00 


250.00 



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Recreation : 

Parks & Playground, inc. 

band concerts 
Public Services Enterprises: 
Cemeteries 
Unclassified: 

Damages & Legal expenses 
Advertising & Regional 

Associations 
Employees' retirement and 

Social Security 
Debt Service: 
Principal - Long Term 

Notes & Bonds 
Interest - Long Term Notes 

& Bonds 
Interest on temporary loans 
Capital Outlay: 
75 Art. 8 Truck 

(Revenue Sharing) 
Art. 9 Tax Map 

(Revenue Sharing) 
Art. 10 Pohce Cruiser 

(Rev. Sharing) 
Art. 8 Truck (Trade) 

(Rev. Sharing) 
Art. 9 Spreader 

(Revenue Sharing) 
Art. 10 Police Dept. 

(Rev. Sharing). 
Art. 11 Sewer 

(Revenue Sharing) 
Payment to Capital Reserve Fund; 
Art. 12 Sewer Hud 
Art. 13 Water Study 

(Rev. Sharing) 
Art. 14 Town History 

(Rev. Sharing) 
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 

From Local Taxes: 

Resident Taxes 

National Bank Stock Taxes 

Yield Taxes 

Interest on Delinquent Taxes 

Resident Tax Penalties 



22,456.25 


20,365.05 


3,600.00 


1,850.00 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 


276.76 


376.76 


12,500.00 


16,544.33 



10,663.57 10,663.57 

5,323.05 3,380.05 
12,000.00 8,000.00 



22,000.00 
8,241.75 



4,800.00 



16,000.00 
5,865.00 
9,100.00 

59,575.00 
391,373.06 

12,500.00 





2,000.00 




$466,992.17 


$959,027.28 


Estimated 


Estimated 


Actual 


Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


Ensuing 


Previous 


Previous 


1979 


Fiscal Year 


Fiscal Year 


(1979-1980) 


1978 


1978 


1979 


$14,000.00 


$12,320.00 


$12,000.00 


200.00 


169.58 


150.00 


8,000.00 


9,038.05 


9,000.00 




7,333.44 


5,000.00 




184.00 


200.00 



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Inventory Penalties 

From State: 

Meals and Rooms Tax 

Interest and Dividends Tax 

Savings Bank Tax 

Highway Subsidy 

Town Road Aid 

State Aid Water 
Pollution Projects 

Reimb. a/ c State- 
Federal Forest Land 

Reimb . a / c Fighting 
Forest Fires 

Reimb. a / c Business Profits 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 

Dog Licenses 

Business Licenses, Permits and 
Filing Fees 

Fines & Forfeits, Municipal & 
District Court 

Rent of Town Property 

Interest Received on Deposits 

Income From Departments 

Receipts Other Than Current 

Revenue : 

Revenue Sharing Fund 

Anti Recession Fund 

HUD Block Grant 
Sewer Project 

TOTAL REVENUES AND 

CREDITS 



3,534.75 1,000.00 



12,000.00 


12,620.22 


13,000.00 


25,000.00 


23,087.96 


23,000.00 


5,000.00 


9,201.42 


8,000.00 


32,919.09 


32,558.96 


36,226.65 




3,520.64 


3,000.00 


49,000.00 


6,400.00 


36,380.00 


200.00 


110.08 
517.45 


100.00 


10,000.00 


10,101.37 


10,000.00 


45,000.00 


58,137.77 


55,000.00 


400.00 


749.00 


750.00 



600.00 1,193.74 1,000.00 



20,000.00 


29,846.72 


30,000.00 


100.00 


416.25 


400.00 


5,000.00 


3,315.48 


3,000.00 


10,000.00 


15,104.12 


8,000.00 



22,167.00 30,255.00 68,660.00 
500.00 402.00 400.00 

391,373.06 

$260,086.09 $270,118.00 $715,639.71 



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Number of Inventories Distributed in 1978 2279 

Number of Inventories Returned in 1978 

Number of Individuals Applying for an Elderly Exemption 1978 

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1978 





1533 


1 1978 


79 


8 


76 


No. of 


No. of 


Owners 


Acres 


1 


40 


3 


1584 


3 


202 



Number of Property Owners who were 
granted Current Use Exemption in 1978 
and total number of acres exempted: 

Wetland 

Forest Land 

Wild Land 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. 

DOUGLAS W. HEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK R. RILEY 
Selectmen of Ossipee, N.H. 
Date: Oct. 1, 1978 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1978 

Purposes of Appropriations 



General Government: 




Town officers' salaries 


$12,000.00 


Town officers' expenses 


20,000.00 


Election and Registration 


2,500.00 


Municipal and District court 




expenses 


17,015.00 


Town Hall and Other Buildings 




Expenses 


16,000.00 


Protection of Persons and Property: 




Police department 


$38,729.20 


Fire Department, inc. forest fires 


1,000.00 


Planning and Zoning 


4,305.00 


Insurance 


19,000.00 


Civil Defense 


500.00 


Health: 




Health Dept. 


22,024.51 


Town Dump and Garbage Removal 


2,000.00 


Highways & Bridges: 




Town road aid 


1,487.99 


Town Maintenance 


149,519.09 


Street Lighting 


1,500.00 


General expenses of 




highway department 


30,000.00 


Libraries: 




Library 


5,300.00 


Public Welfare: 




Town poor 


5,000.00 


Old age assistance 


7,000.00 


Patriotic Purposes: 




Memorial Day - Old home day 


250.00 


Recreation: 




Parks & Playground, 




inc. band concerts 


22,456.25 


Public Services Enterprises: 




Cemeteries 


3,600.00 



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Unclassified: 

Damages and Legal expenses - 2K 
Advertising and Regional 

Associations 
Employees' retirement and 

Social Security 
Debt Service: 
Principal - long term notes & bonds 
Interest - long term notes & bonds 
Interest on temporary loans 
Capital Outlay: 
Art. No. 8 - Town Truck w-wing & 

plow (Rev. Sharing) 
Art. No. 9 - Tax Map (Rev. Sharing) 
Art. No. 10 - Police Cruiser 

(Rev. Sharing) 



10,000.00 

276.76 

12,500.00 

10,663.57 

5,323.05 

12,000.00 



22,000.00 
8,241.75 

4,800.00 



Total Appropriations 
Total Town Appropriations 
Total Revenues and Credits 
Net Town Appropriations 
Net School Appropriations 
County tax Assessments 
Total of Town, School and 

County 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits 

Tax Reimbursement 
ADD War Service Credits 
ADD Overlay 



$466,992.17 

$466,992.17 

251,237.41 

215,754.76 

681,687.00 

61,480.00 

958,921.76 

-40,405.48 40,404.00 

-h 12,650.00 

-h 12,000.00 13,682.49 



Property Taxes to be Raised 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 



$944,850.25 



From Local Taxes: 

Resident Taxes 
National Bank Stock Taxes 
Yield Taxes 

Interest on Delinquent Taxes 
Resident Tax Penalties 
From State: 
Meals and Rooms Tax 



$15,040.00 

111.20 

8,809.43 

4,000.00 

150.00 

12,620.00 



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Interest and Dividends Tax 23,088.00 

Savings Bank Tax 9,201 .00 

Highway Subsidy 20,907.00 

State Aid Construction - 

Add'l. Subsidy 12,012.00 

State Aid Water Pollution 

Projects 6,400.00 

Reimb. a-c State-Federal Forest Land 110.08 
Reimb. a-c Fighting Forest Fires 783.26 

Reimb. a-c Road Toll Refund 3,355.29 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 
Dog Licenses 700.00 

Business Licenses, Permits and 

Filing Fees 1,109.50 

Fines & Forfeits, Municipal & 

District Court 23,000.00 

Rent of Town Property 350.00 

Interest Received on Deposits 4,802.13 

Income From Departments 9,595.31 

Motor Vehicle Permits Fees 50,000.00^ 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 
Proceeds of Bonds & 

Long Term Notes 
Revenue Sharing Funds 

8,241.75 4,800. 2,200. 35,041.75 

Anti-Recessional Fiscal 

Assistance 402.00 

Carroll County Office of 

Employment (Title VI) 9,649.46 



Total Revenues and Credits $260,797.90 $251,237.41 

Property Taxes to be Raised $ 944,850.25 

Gross Precinct Taxes 66,106.42 



Total $1,010,956.67 



Less War Service Credits 12,650.00 



Total Tax Committment $998,305.67 



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TAX RATES 




Prior Years 

Tax Rate 

1977 


1978 
Approved 
Tax Rate 


Town 




1.27 


1.47 


School Dist. 




4.28 


4.16 


County 




.40 


.38 


Combined Rate 




5.95 


6.01 


Precinct Ossipee Corner 
Precinct West Ossipee 
Precinct Center Ossipee 


.43 
.31 

.87 


.37 
.46 
.43 



Summary of valuations and taxes to be assessed for the 
tax year 1978 by precincts, Village Districts and School 
District where valuation is not identical with that of the 
town and city. 



Name of Precinct 


Valuation 


Net Appro. 


Taxes 


Rate 


Ossipee Corner 










Light & Power 


$4,430,784.00 


$16,221.00 


$16,393.90 


$.37 


Ctr. Ossipee 


7,412,906.00 


31,664.00 


31,875.50 


.43 


W. Ossipee 


3,877,612.00 


17,743.00 


17,837.02 


.46 



Total Taxes Raised - $62,488.00 $66,106.42 



WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 

Totally and permanently disabled 
veterans, their spouses or widows, 
and the widows of veterans 



who died or were killed on active 


Limits 


Estimated 
Number Tax Credits 


duty. 


$700. 


3 $21,000.00 


All other qualified persons 


$ 50. 


211 10,550. 


Total Number & Amount 




214 $12,650. 




Tax 


Total 
Number Amount 
Assessed Assessed 



Resident Taxes $10. 1504 $15,040. 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 

We hereby request that the Dept. of Revenue compute 
the rate for municipal, school, Precinct and county taxes 
separately. ] 

Oct. 1, 1978 

DOUGLAS W.MEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK R. RILEY 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

ASSETS 

Cash: 

In hands of treasurer $212,583.32 

In hands of officials (Petty cash) 

Tax Collector 50.00 



Total 


$212,633.32 


Bonds or Long Term Notes 




-Authorized-Unissued 




Capital Reserve Funds: 




(For the acquisition of equipment 




and new construction) 




Bridge Note 


$15,914.88 


Conservation Commission 


166.48 


Total 


$16,081.36 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




(from tax sale on account of) 




Levy of 1977 


$34,363.48 


Levy of 1976 


18,924.40 


Levy of 1975 


15,575.46 


Previous Years 


13,324.13 


Total 


$82,187.47 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1978, including 




Resident Taxes 


$186,706.47 


Levy of 1977 


4,619.82 


Levy of 1976 


3,071.22 


Previous Years 


6,439.01 



Total $200,836.52 



Total Assets $511,738.67 



Grand Total $511,738.67 

Current Surplus, Dec. 31, 1977 $38,476.72 



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Current Surplus, Dec. 31, 1978 34,356.77 

Increase of Surplus - Change 
in Financial Condition $4,119.95 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Bills outstanding $7,360.61 

Unexpended Balances of Special 
Appropriations 

Tax Maps $8,241.75 

Truck (Revenue Sharing) 22,000.00 

Veterans Plaque 1,209.39 

Mill Pond Bridge 15,914.88 



31,451.14 
Unexpended Balance of Bond 
& Note Funds 15,914.88 

Unexpended Revenue 



Sharing Funds 


17,157.05 


Yield Tax Deposits (Escrow Acc't) 


800.00 


School District Tax(es) Payable 


404,179.21 


Total Accounts Owed by the Town 


$476,862.89 


Excess Credit Tax Collector 


519.01 


Total Liabilities 


$477,381.90 


Current Surplus 


$34,356.77 


Grand Total 


$511,738.67 


RECEIPTS 




Current Revenue: 




Ftjm Local Taxes: 




(Co^1<^cted and remitted to 




Treasurer) 




Property Taxes-Current Year- 




1978 


$831,054.43 


Resident Taxes-Current Year-1978 


12,320.00 


National Bank Stock Taxes 




Current Year-1978 


169.58 



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Yield Taxes-Current Year-1978 9,038.05 



Total Current Year's Taxes 




Collected and Remitted 


$852,582.06 


Property Taxes and Yield 




Taxes-Previous Year 


474,505.69 


Resident Taxes-Previous Years 


1,950.00 


Interest received on 




Delinquent Taxes 


10,517.99 


Penalties: Resident Taxes 


184.00 


Tax sales redeemed 


26,766.46 


From State: 




For Highways and Bridges: 




For Town Road Aid 


3,520.69 


Highway Subsidy 


32,558.96 


Interest and dividends tax 


23,087.96 


Savings Bank Tax 


9,201.42 


Reimbursement a-c State and 




Federal forest lands 


110.08 


Fighting forest fires 


482.45 


Reimbursement a-c Motor 




Vehicle Road Toll 


1,391.29 


Meals and Rooms Tax 


12,620.22 


Reimbursement a-c Business 




Profits Tax 


40,405.48 


From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 




Dog Licenses 


749.00 


Business licenses, permits 




& filing fees 


1,193.74 


Fines & forfeits, municipal 




& District Court 


30,026.72 


Rent of town property 


400.00 


Income from departments 


13,712,83 


Motor vehicle permits 


58,137.77 


Total Current Revenue Receipts 


$1,594,104.81 



Receipts Other than Current Revenue 

Proceeds of Tax Anticipation 

Notes $250,000.00 

Refunds 909.90 



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Sale of town property 


125.90 


Yield Tax Security Deposits 


800.00 


Grants from U.S.A. 




Revenue Sharing 


30,257.00 


Water Pollution Aid a-c 




Sewer Construction 


6,400.00 


All Other Grants from U.S.A. 




(Anti Recess.) ^ 


402.00 


Inventory Penalties 


3,534.75 


)tal Receipts Other than Current Revenue $292,429.55 



Total Receipts from All Sources $1,886,534.36 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1978 100,977.75 



Grand Total $1,987,512.11 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $11,667.31 

Town officers' expenses 37,821.44 

Election and registration expenses 3,822.28 
Municipal and District Court 

expenses 17,615.00 

Expenses town hall and 

other town buildings 15,056.40 

Protection of Persons and Property: 
Police department 45,349.24 

Fire department, including 

forest fires 3,038.11 

Planning and Zoning 6,406.43 

Insurance 27,765.98 

Conservation Commission 75.00 

Health: 
Health department, including 

hospitals & ambulance 25,188.02 

Town dumps and garbage removal 6,309.23 
Highways and Bridges: 
Town Road Aid 1,487.99 



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Town Maintenance 139,599.03 

Street lighting 1,204.75 
General Expenses of 

Highway Department 27,531 .80 
Libraries: 

Libraries 5,300.00 

Public Welfare: 

Old age assistance 8,303.03 

Town poor 2, 974^43 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day, Veteran's Assoc, 
and Old Home Day 139.48 

Recreation: ^ 

Parks & playgrounds, including 
band concerts 24,208.83 

Public Service Enterprises: 

Cemeteries, including hearse hire 3,596.98 

Unclslssified: 

Damages and legal expenses 3,510.57 

Advertising & Regional Assoc. 276.76 

Taxes bought by town 50,257.97 

Discounts, Abatements & refunds 15,327.16 
Employees' Retirement & 

Social Security 11,668.07 

All Other Current Maintenance Expenses: 
Prior years bills $6,874.51 

Timber Tax Deposit 100.00 

Tax Collector cash fund 50.00 



7,024.51 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $502,525.80 

Debt Service: 
Interest on Debt: 

Paid on tax anticipation notes $16,597.80 

Paid on long term notes 4,994.88 



Total Interest Payments $21,592.68 



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Principal of Debt: 

Payments on Tax 

Anticipation Notes $500,000.00 

Payments on long term notes 34,663.57 



Total Principal Payments $534,663.57 

Capital Outlay: 
Sewer construction, Including 

Sewage Treatment Plants 10,400.00 

New equipment (Other-$4,600.00) 4,600.00 



Total Outlay Payments $15,000.00 

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions: 

Payments to State a-c 2 percent 

Bond & Debt Retirement Taxes $370.08 

Taxes paid to County 61 ,480.00 

Payments to Precincts 69,580.14 

Payments to School Districts 
(1978 Tax) 574,178.58 



Total Payments to Other 
Governmental Divisions $705,608.80 



Total Payments for all Purposes $1 ,779,390.85 

Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1978 212,583.32 



Grand Total $1,991,974.17 

Less: Social Security and 
withholding unpaid 4,462.06 



$1,987,512.11 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1978 

Purpose 
of 
Long Term Notes Outstanding: Issue Amount 

Town Hall No. 1172 G $11,000.00 



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Town Hall No. 992 G 14,500.00 

Back Hoe G 23,571.43 

Mill Pond Bridge G 21,430.00 



Total Long Term Notes 

Oustanding $70,501.43 



Total Long Term Indebtedness $70,501.43 

Dec. 31, 1978 

RECONCILATION OF OUTSTANDING LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
January 1, 1978 $105,165.00 



Total $105,165.00 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 

Long Term Notes Paid $34,663.57 



Total $34,663.57 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1978 $70,501.43 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK RILEY 
Selectmen 

LAURENCE BROWNELL 
Treasurer 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1978; June 30, 1979 

DESCRIPTION 

VALUE 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $60,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, lands & buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1,000.00 
Police Department, Lands and Buildings 

Equipment 12,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 100,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 
All Lands and Buildings acquired 

through Tax Collector's 2,179.17 

deeds 

TOTAL $256,179.17 



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Balance Sheet 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Assets 



Cash: 




In Hands of Treasurer 


$212,583.32 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




Levy of 1977 ' 


$34,363.48 


Levy of 1976 


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Prior Year Levies 


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$82,187.47 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1978 


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Levy of 1977 


4,619.82 


Prior Year Levies 


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$200,836.52 


Reserve Funds: 




Mill Pond Bridge 




(Carroll County Trust) 


$15,914.88 


Conservation Committee 




(Carroll County Trust) 


166.48 




$16,081.36 


TOTAL ASSETS 


$511,688.67 



LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed by Town: 
Unexpended Balances of Appropriations: 

Town Truck $22,000.00 

Tax Maps 8,241.75 

Bridge Construction 15,914.88 

Revenue Sharing 17,157.05 

School District 404,179.21 

Veterans Plaque 1,209.39 



Excess Credit Tax Collector 



$468,702.28 
519.01 



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Social Security Due State - Employee 
Share $2,898.55 

Social Security Due State - Town Share 2,898.55 
Withholding Taxes - Due Federal Govern- 
ment 1,563.51 



$7,360.61 

TOTAL LIABILITIES $476,581.90 

Surplus 35,106.77 

GRAND TOTAL $511,688.67 



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF WARRANT— LEVY OF 1978 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

-DR.- 

Taxes Committed to Collector - August 16, 1978 $86,828.49 
Taxes Committed to Collector - November 20, 1978: 
Property Taxes $525,118.75 

Trailers 8,651.24 

Yield Taxes 8,809.43 

National Bank Stock Taxes 169.58 



$542,749.00 
Added Taxes 2,686.65 

Refunds Due on First Assessment Deducted 
from Warrant in Error 3,902.47 



$636,166.61 



-CR.- 

Remittances to Treasurer: 
Property Taxes $440,395.15 

Yield Taxes 8,938.05 

National Bank Stock Tax 169.58 



$449,502.78 
Abatements 4,066.43 

Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1978 
Property Taxes $183,001.27 

Yield Taxes 115.20 



$183,116.47 

$636,685.60 
Less: Excess Credit 518.99 

$636,166.61 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

Car Permits (2711) $60,237.00 

Dog Licenses (174) 776.00 

Bad Checks (Penalties) 2 10.00 



$61,023.00 



Paid Treasurer: 

Car Permits (2711) $60,237.00 

Dog Licenses (174) 720.50 

Bad Checks (Penalties) 2 10.00 

State of N.H. (Dog License Fees) (111) 55.50 



$61,023.00 

CAROLYN CONNER 
Town Clerk 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

Town of Ossipee 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

RECEIPTS 
From Local Taxes: 

Property Taxes Current Year $831 ,054.43 

Resident Taxes 12,320.00 

National Bank Stock Tax 169.58 

Yield Taxes 9,038.05 



$852,582.06 

Property Taxes Prior Years $464,859.54 

Resident Taxes Prior Years 1 ,950.00 

Yield Taxes Prior Years 9,646.15 

Interest 10,517.99 

Resident Tax Penalties 184.00 

Tax Sales Redeemed 26,766.46 

$513,924.14 



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From State of New Hampshire: 

Highway Subsidy $32,558.96 

Sewer Funds 6,400.00 

Forest Lands 110.08 

Forest Fires 482.45 

Business Profit Tax 40,405.48 

Interest and Dividend Tax 23,087.96 

Saving Bank Tax ) 9,201.42 

T.R.A. 3,520.64 

Room and Meal Tax 12,620.22 

Gas Tax Refund 1,391.29 



$129,778.50 



From Federal Government: 
Anti-Recession Act $402.00 

Revenue Sharing 30,257.00 



$30,659.00 



From Local Sources Except Taxes: 

Timber Tax Deposit $800.00 

Dog Licenses 749.00 

Business Licenses and Permits 1,193.74 

Fines and Forfeits District Court 30,026.72 

Rent of Town Property 400.00 

Income from Departments 13,712.83 

Registration of Motor Vehicles 58,137.77 

Inventory Penalties 3,534.75 

Temporary Loans 250,000.00 



$358,554.81 
Receipts Other Than Current Revenues: 
Refunds $909.90 

Sale of Town Property 125.95 



$1,035.85 

Total Receipts $1,886,534.36 

EXPENDITURES 
General Government: 
Town Officers Salaries $11,667.31 



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Town Officers' Expenses 37,821.44 

Election and Registration 3,822.28 

District Court 17,615.00 

Town Hall and Other Buildings 15,056.40 





$85,982.43 


Protection of Persons and Property: 




Police Department 


$45,349.24 


Fire Department 


3,038.11 


Insurance includes Blue Cross 


27,765.98 


Planning Board 


6,406.43 




$82,559.76 


Health and Sanitation: 




Health includes Hospitals 


$25,188.02 


Town Dump 


6,309.23 




$31,497.25 


Highways and Buildings: 




Town Maintenance - Summer 


$45,745.35 


Town Maintenance - Winter 


61,294.72 


Town Road Aid 


1,487.99 


Street Lights 


1,204.75 


General Expense of Highway 


27,531.80 


Highway Subsidy 


20,906.56 


Highway Subsidy additional 


11,652.40 




$169,823.57 


Libraries: 


5,300.00 


Public Welfare: 




Old Age Assistance 


$8,303.03 


Town Poor 


2,974.43 



$11,277.46 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day $139.48 

Recreation Parks and Playground $24,208.83 

Conservation Committee $75.00 



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Public Services: 
Cemeteries $3,596.98 

Unclassified: 

Damages and Legal Expenses $3,510.59 
Advertising and Regional Associations 276.76 

Taxes Bought by Town 50,257.97 

Discounts Refunds and Abatements 15,327.16 

Retirement and Social Security 11,668.07 

Prior Years Bills 6,874.51 



$87,915.04 
Interest $21,592.68 

New Construction and Improvements 
Water Construction $10,400.00 

Police Cruiser (Revenue Sharing) 4,600.00 





$15,000.00 


Indebtedness: 




Temporary Loan 


$500,000.00 


Long Term Notes 


34,663.57 




$534,663.57 


Other Governmental Units 




State Bond & Debt 


$370.08 


County Tax 


614.80.00 


Precincts 


69,580.14 


Schools 


574,178.58 




$705,608.80 


Other Miscellaneous Expenditures: 




Petty Cash Fund 


$50.00 


Timber Tax Deposit 


100.00 




$150.00 


Total Gross Expenditures 


$1,779,390.85 


Less: Social Security Unpaid 


$2,898.55 


Withholding Tax Unpaid 


1,563.51 



$4,462.06 
Total Net Expenditures $1,774,928.79 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES 

AND PROOF OF BALANCE 

FISCAL YEAR ENDED 

DECEMBER 31, 1978 

Balance - January 1 , 1978 $100,977.75 

Receipts During Year 1,886,534.36 



$1,987,512.11 
Expenditures During Year 1 ,774,928.79 



Balance - December 31, 1978 $212,583.32 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Carroll County Trust 
as per statement December 31, 1978 $221,817.02 

Cash on Hand 146,128.19 



$367,945.21 
Less : Outstanding Checks $176,842.06 



$191,103.15 



Transfers to Savings Accounts 
Timber Tax Deposit $800.00 

Revenue Sharing 17,157.05 



$17,957.05 
Balance - December 31 , 1978 $209,060.20 

Unallocated Balance - December 31, 1978 3,523.12 



Reconciled Balance -December 31, 1978 $212,583.32 

LAURENCE BROWNELL 
Treasurer 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 

Roger Busch $1,500.00 

Douglas Meader 1 ,550.00 

Carolyn Conner 3,007.50 

Carl R.Wheeler 1 2,564.00 

Franklin Riley 1,500.00 

Laurence Brownell 850.00 

Thomas Galante 495.81 

R.Grant Kramer 100.00 

Harvey Emerson 100.00 



$11,667.31 



TOWN OFFICER'S EXPENSES 

Dorothy Palmer $7,008.62 

Dorothy Palmer (mileage) 16.50 

VelmaHormell 765.00 

The Stationery Shop 300.24 

Carroll County Independent 3,578.38 

Center Ossipee Inn 35.76 

Registry of Deeds 475.20 

Brown & Saltmarsh 382.93 

The Dandelion Florists 45.00 

New England Telephone 1,641.97 

Longmeadow Restaurant 15.64 

Porter Office Machine 1,033.87 

N.H. Assoc, of Assessing Officials 40.00 

County Commerce 96.00 

Carolyn Conner 135.59 

Roger Busch 33.53 

Lucille Davis 21.20 

Mary Ann Hartford 1 ,020.30 

Herbert Hunt 1,500.00 

Richard Frye .50 

New England Municipal Ctr. 70.00 

Postmaster 1,631.00 

Dale Villa Greenhouse 15.00 



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The Charles C. Rogers Co. Inc. 


44.36 


Veribest System Co. 


9.34 


N.H. City & Town Clerk Assoc. 


10.00 


N.H. SPCA 


12.50 


Carl R.Wheeler 


31.36 


Joan Palmer 


22.53 


Donna Hodge 


22.53 


Wheeler & Clark 


67.11 


Richard Phillips 


41.00 


Town of Effingham 


10.00 


N.H. Municipal Assoc. 


523.49 


Margaret O'Sullivan 


2570.00 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


14,283.34 


Townof Ossipee 


45.00 


Franklin Riley 


24.90 


Intertec Publishing Corp. 


18.51 


N.H. Tax Collector Assoc. 


10.00 


Douglas Meader 


35.39 


Edith Colby 


42.40 


Myrtle Hodge 


15.90 


Franklin Riley (mileage) 


16.80 


Donna E. Sargent 


35.50 


Steve Davis Office Machine 


24.00 


Tower Publishing Co. 


43.25 




$37,821.44 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 



Carroll County Independent 


575.10 


Lucille Davis 


90.00 


Carmen Knapp 


90.00 


Janice Wagenfeld 


90.00 


Blanche Buswell 


60.00 


Cheryl Riley 


60.00 


Rose Piche 


60.00 


John Sanders 


120.00 


Carolyn Conner 


120.00 


Perley Wasson 


90.00 


Shirley Wiggin 


90.00 



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Bruce Rines 


30.00 


Douglas Meader 


90.00 


Roger Busch 


90.00 


Dorothy Palmer 


15.00 


Kenwood White 


520.00 


Ctr.'Ossipee Inn 


456.19 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


14.94 


Edward C. Smart 1 


500.00 


Mildred White 


540.00 


Natalie Hall 


30.00 


Franklin Riley 


60.00 


Louise Conner 


30.00 


Brown & Saltmarsh, Inc. 


1.05 



DISTRICT COURT 

Lawrence Walsh $8,300.00 

PeierH.Fauver 2,490.00 

Robert Schroeder 450.00 

L.Hamlin Greene 50.00 

June C. Loud 6,225.00 

PaulR. Pudloski 100.00 



$3,822.28 



$17,615.00 



TOWN HALL & OTHER BUILDINGS 

Ctr. Ossipee Vol. Fire Dept. $42.45 

Gloria Carter 155.27 

Ron Jacobs 500.00 

Brocky'slnc. 24.66 

Public Service Co. of N.H. 2,712.09 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 1,868.11 

R.J. Sylvainlnc. 195.30 

Timothy Nason 17.22 

Scott Ryder 17.22 

Glenn Ryder 5.30 

Ossipee Water Co. 103.00 



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Charles I. Rice 


132.70 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


5,914.68 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


75.45 


Town Hardware 


5.64 


Allen Nason 


16.50 


Kevin Cook 


16.50 


Rochester Germicide Co. 


261.05 


Daniel Fischbien 


1,125.40 


Ruff Cleaning & Maintenance Service 


404.00 


N.H. Aluminum Co. 


12.75 


Dale Villa Greenhouse 


11.00 


Donna Sargent 


3.10 


Remick Gas & Electric 


20.00 


Richard A. Libby 


112.00 


Abbott's Sanitation Service 


30.00 


John F. Chick 


125.15 


Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


2.28 


Robert Palmer 


334.50 


Michael Thurston 


5.30 


Randy Remick 


247.78 


Rochester Door Co. 


185.00 


Annie Meader 


200.00 


Richards. Phillips 


175.00 




$15,056.40 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

John Fogarty $12,977.40 

Ralph Floria 9,835.66 

John S.Pyne III 6,996.00 

JohnBuswell 1,972.00 

Douglas Maclver 5,251.50 

The Stationery Shop 47.64 

Curly's Auto Sales 341.13 

Ossipee Auto Parts 181.83 

New England Telephone 5^4.16 

G&MFoodMart 5.09 

Rines Chrysler-Plymouth Inc. 2,088.53 

Whittier Gulf Station 38.39 



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Carroll County Independent 99.80 

Ben's Uniform Inc. 772.92 

Chas. R. Rogers Co., Inc. 35.03 

Ossipee True Value 3.73 

Buchanan's B. P. 86.40 

Town Hardware 14.91 

N.H. Assoc, of Chief of Police, Inc. 10.00 

N.E. Assoc, of Chief of Police 20.00 

Richard Sherburne Inc. 128.37 

2 Way Communication 238.22 
John Fogarty - Police Conference Exp. 250.00 

No. Country Medical Co. 53.90 

John Fogarty (Expenses) 200.00 

Ralph Floria (mileage) 375.00 

Kinville AutoCo. 32.00 

Century Tire Co. 299.36 

Donald Walsh, M.D. 15.00 

Roger's Reconditioning Shop 2,425.27 



$45,349.24 



FIRE 



Town of Ossipee Forest Fire Ace. 


$2,484.72 


Douglas Boothby 


3.14 


Treasurer. State of N.H. 


233.15 


Clarence Palmer, Warden 


170.43 


Town of Effingham 


45.57 


Town of Freedom 


101.10 



PLANNING & ZONING 

Carroll County Independent $1 ,223.70 

Registry of Deeds 31.45 

Frederic L. Cox 1,344.80 

The Stationery Shop 3.25 

Jesse Shackford III 78.75 

Lakes Region Planning Comm. 1,805.00 



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$3,038.11 



The Chase C. Rogers Co. Inc. 


130.23 




Gerald McDuffee (mileage) 


213.00 


V 


WendaD.Helme 


108.69 




Lakes Region Planning Board 


33.20 




David F.Colt 


900.00 




Steve Davis Office Machine 


19.75 




Lorraine Onufry 


20.00 




N.H. Municipal Assoc. 


10.00 




Natalie Hall 


322.00 




Natalie Hall (Postage) 


162.61 








$6,406.43 


INSURANCE 






Ossipee Insurance Agency 


$20,835.30 




Blue Cross Blue Shield 


7,076.93 








$27,912.23 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

U.S. Geological Survey $15.00 

N.H. Assoc, of Conservation Comm. 60.00 



$75.00 



HEALTH 

Clyde V. Merrill, R.N. $6,400.52 

Clyde V. Merrill (mileage) 660.15 

New England Telephone 253.63 

Barbara Anderson 22.50 

Barbara Anderson (mileage) 1.05 

Ossipee Nursing Service 38.00 

Carolyn Downing 148.63 

Carolyn Downing (mileage) 9.00 

Marguerite King 184.50 

Marguerite King - (mileage) 23.55 

New England Telephone 97.48 



$7,839.01 



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1978 



Carroll County Mental Health 


$1,304.51 


Tamworth Rescue Squad 


70.00 


Effingham Rescue Squad 


30.00 


Wolfeboro Rescue Squad 


20.00 


Meals on Wheels 


2,000.00 


Center of Hope ^ 


500.00 


Huggins Hospital 


1,500.00 


Lord's Ambulance 


9,000.00 




$14,424.51 


1977 




Carroll County Mental Health 


$1,304.50 


Tamworth Rescue Squad 


40.00 


Effingham Rescue Squad 


40.00 


Wolfeboro Rescue Squad 


40.00 


Huggins Hospital 


1,500.00 




$2,924.50 


Total 


$25,188.02 


TOWN DUMP 




Carroll County Independent 


$175.60 


Richard S. Phillips 


600.00 


Gordon Farrell 


2,944.70 


Shirley Wiggin 


1,171.30 


The Stationery Shop 


11.60 


Harvey Jenness 


37.70 


Walter Eldridge 


36.25 


Wayne Jenness 


33.55 


Tina Stuart 


15.95 


Rodney Eldridge 


33.95 


Diane Hall 


35.45 


Peter Nelson 


28.20 


Donald Abbott 


27.50 


Daniel Switaj 


25.05 



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Guy Shannon 


38.15 


Kathy Eldridge 


28.85 


Francis Nelson 


29.45 


Eddie Shannon 


27.55 


MacDonald Welding Service 


120.00 


Seton Name Plate Corp. 


818.03 


Whiteface Potters 


23.00 


Town Hardware 


7.49 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


11.47 


Raymond Eldridge 


15.00 


Town of Ossipee 


13.44 



$6,309.23 



TOWN ROAD AID 



Treasurer, State of N.H. 



$1,487.99 



SUMMER HIGHWAYS 



Ossipee True Value Hardware 

Harold White 

Irving Abbott 

Lloyd Wilkins 

Russell Whiting Jr. 

Daniel Riley 

Bruce Williams 

Robert Valley 

Rodney White 

Rodney White (mileage) 

Rodney White (Gravel) 

Ernest Berry Jr. (Gravel) 

Lyford Merrow (Sand) 

The Kennett Co. (Crushed Gravel) 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 

N.H. Bituminous Co., Inc. 

Texaco Inc. 

Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 

Dube & Murphy Inc. 

Ossipee Auto Parts 



$22.95 

3,543.91 

1,681.92 

3,490.57 

3,322.90 

3,158.60 

3,295.23 

2,909.65 

5,505.60 

371.76 

283.50 

109.20 

357.30 

1,155.00 

182.98 

3,661.34 

5,649.70 

181.48 

704.89 

29.47 



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Keith Brownell 1,151.50 

Beede Waste Oil Corp. 4,775.00 

Russell Whiting Sr. 39.20 

Lyford Merrow 161.70 



$45,745.35 



WINTER HIGHWAY 

Irving Abbott $3,171.78 

Ellis Dow 1,568.06 

Daniel Riley 5,032.00 

Robert Valley 4,773.06 

LLoydWilkins 5,091.22 

Bruce Williams 4,631.69 

Russell Whiting Jr. 5,060.55 

Harold White 5,043.46 

Rodney White 6,966.42 

Rodney White (mileage) 410.96 

Belmont Ryder 1,572.93 

Perley Ryder 175.31 

Barry Williams 312.42 

Lynwood Ryder 247.78 

Texaco Inc. 7,586.00 

Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 650.92 

Glen Mason 50.35 

Mark Merrow 91.43 

Buchanan's B. P. 126.00 

Lyford Merrow 198.40 

Norman White 100.00 

Kevin Lawton 42.40 

Dube & Murphy Inc. 1,785.36 

Granite State Mineral Co. Inc. 4,356.70 

Gulf Oil Corp. 173.25 

John Fogarty IV 26.50 

Keith Brownell 1,305.64 

Stanley Eldridge 408.00 

KennettCo. 77.00 

Mike Brownell 67.58 



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Gordon Berry (Sand) 186.00 

R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc. 5.55 



$61,294.72 



HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 



The Kennett Co. 






$2,279.20 


N.H. Bituminous 


Co. 


, Inc. 


9,000.40 


Dube & Murphy 






287.70 


Irving Abbott 






513.92 


Daniel Riley 






985.80 


Robert Valley 






985.80 


Lloyd Wilkins 






873.19 


Bruce Williams 






821.50 


Russell Whiting , 


Jr. 




821.50 


Harold White 






874.50 


Rodney White 






1,376.40 


Keith Brownell 






420.00 


Northeastern Culvert Corp. 


1,666.65 



$20,906.56 



ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 



Irving Abbott 


$268.64 


Daniel Riley 


492.90 


Robert Valley 


459.80 


Lloyd Wilkins 


524.70 


Bruce Williams 


492.90 


Russell Whiting Jr. 


461.27 


Harold White 


524.70 


Rodney White 


550.56 


Keith Brownell 


420.00 


Ossipee Aggregate Corp. 


5,788.60 


Tilton Sand & Gravel Inc. 


1,668.33 




$11,652.40 



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STREET LIGHTING 

Public Service Co. $1,204.75 

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPT. 

Guarino's Small Engine $15.00 

Forest City Chevrolet ^ 115.34 

Stanley Eldridge 1,254.00 

Lewiston Welding Supply 148.57 

Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 888.18 

Standard Uniform Rental Service 1,615.35 

Ossipee Auto Parts 2,491.86 

Palmer Spring Co. 769.24 

R.C. Hazelton Co. Inc. 6,225.72 

Rines Garage Inc. 185.08 

Rines Chrysler-Plymouth Inc. 382.34 

Chadwick's Ba-Ross, Inc. 2,727.59 

Warren's Express 25.38 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 25.74 

P.I. Interprises 376.01 

Cummins No. Atlantic, Inc. 1,657.22 

Ross Express Inc. 22.05 

Rines Garage Inc. 1,098.12 

Conway Tractor & Equipment Co. 134.53 

St. Johnsbury Trucking Co., Inc. 11.53 

Merrimack Farmer's Exchange Inc. 153.12 

Mountain Motors Co., Inc. 30.68 

B.B. Chain Co. 94.10 

Motorola Inc. 1,752.00 

Foster & Co., Inc. *• 282.84 

International Harvester Co. 15.00 

Century Tire Co. 2,582.18 

2 Way Communication Inc. 873.41 

Dobles Chevrolet 173.16 

Panbro Sales 296.00 

Norman White 98.00 

American Hardware Sign Co. Inc. 149.94 

Carroll County Independent 16.40 

Holmes Transportation Inc. 24.87 



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Gulf Oil Corp. 207.38 

Ossipee True Value 105.10 

J. Goldstein Inc. 80.00 

Town of Ossipee 20.30 

Penn Hampshire Lubricants Inc. 7.25 

Earnshaw Lumber 18.30 

Kelly Tractor & Equipment Co. 142.92 

Lubrication Engineering Inc. 204.00 

MacDonald's Welding Service 36.00 



$27,531.80 
LIBRARY 
Ossipee Public Library $5,300.00 



TOWN POOR 




Public Se /vice Co. of N.H. 


$173.39 


Alpha House 


22.32 


Johnson Gas Co. 


39.00 


Norman G. Sargent, Electric 


55.27 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


10.75 


Scott Pharmacy 


12.45 


Curly's Auto Sales 


14.44 


Tamworth Oil Co. 


100.00 


Hall's Pharmacy 


28.90 


Carroll County Nursing Home 


2,143.01 


Indian Mound IGA 


219.90 


Varney's Market 


30.00 


Theodore Reissfelder 


125.00 



$2,974.43 
OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Treasurer, State of N.H. $8,303.03 

MEMORIAL DAY 

Loring Short & Harmon $139.48 

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RECREATION DEPARTMENT 



James Thompson 


$11,133.53 


James Thompson (mileage) 


873.27 


Wallace Nudd Jr. 


7,322.04 


Wallace Nudd Jr. (mileage) 


549.12 


The Stationery Shop 


27.75 


Earnshaw Lumber Inc.l 


331.97 


Saymore Trophy Co. Inc. 


121.05 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


126.80 


Persons Concrete Inc. 


375.40 


James Bailey Co. 


15.07 


New England Telephone 


506.24 


Brocky's Inc. 


17.84 


Collin's Variety Goods 


43.40 


Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 


36.76 


Bucko's Sporting Goods 


18.00 


Abbott's & Staples 


37.23 


Town Hardware 


49.87 


Tournament Fees 


7000 


Tee Pee Sport Shop 


474.81 


Little Red Hen House 


8.50 


Hodges Badge Co. Inc. 


122.73 


Registry of Deeds 


3.00 


Catherine Owens 


707.81 


H.R Colby 


237.46 


Carroll County Independent 


10.20 


David J. Pollini 


50.00 


North Country Medical Co. 


52.95 


MacDonald Welding Service 


24.00 


Charles Pinkham 


15.00 


Ward's Boat Shop 


24.70 


Leslie Eraser 


817.19 


Bennett Sales & Services Inc. 


4.50 


Ossipee Auto Parts 


.64 




$24,208.83 



CEMETERY 
Kitchen Realty Corp. $1,500.00 

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Parker Thurston 313.00 

Richard Toom 165.00 

Laconia Monument Co. 740.00 

White Mountain Survey Co. 802.00 

Steve Eldridge 45.00 

John Reed 21.00 

Ossipee True Value 10.98 



$3596.98 



DAMAGE & LEGAL EXPENSES 



Hussey's Veterinary Hospital 


$80.00 


JohnC. Patten, M.D. 


16.00 


Huggins Hospital 


21.00 


Cooper, Hall & Walker 


280.00 


Ron Adams 


105.37 


Frederic Cox 


3,008.20 



$3,510.57 

ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOC. 

Lakes Region Assoc. $276.76 

SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 

State Treasurer of N.H. (F.I.C.A.) $7,837.41 

N.H. Retirement System 3,830.66 



$11,668.07 



PRIOR YEARS 

Social Security $5,372.21 

Withholding 1,502.30 



$6,874.51 



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LONG TERM LOANS 

Carroll County Trust Co. $21 ,592.68 

TEMPORARY LOANS 

Carroll County Trust Co. $500,000.00 

LONG TERM INTEREST 

Carroll County Trust Co. $4,994.88 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 

Carroll County Trust Co. $16,597.80 

PRECINCTS 

C.O.Precinct $31,664.00 

W.O. Precinct 17,792.14 

Ossipee Corner Precinct 19,221.00 

Precinct "A" 903.00 



$69,580.14 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT $574,178.58 

REVENUE SHARING 

Kinville Auto Co. Inc. $4,600.00 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 

Carl R. Wheeler, Tax Collector $50,257.97 

TAX REFUNDS 

Patricia Switaj $384.98 

Robert C. Hart Sr. 63.80 

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Chas. &Marsay Pearson 177.36 

Herbert & Mildred Tanner 54.87 

Beaver Hollow Campground 1,153,18 

Guidon & Judith Brown 62.60 

Flanders Motor Inn 8,760.00 

Thomas & Mary Galante 147.10 

Charles Swanson 50.00 

N.L.T Inc. 842.16 

William & Vivian Duncan 87.01 

Wendell Nickerson 10.00 

Frank Fogg 10.00 

Arthur Reed 41.00 

Margaret Horn 10.00 

Judith A. Wheeler 10.00 

Ernest E.Hill 28.95 

Homer & Mildred Aubuchont 114.00 

Cora. H. Bamford 60.00 

Gladys W.Benge 54.00 

Steven & Mary Jane Benker 45.95 

Hugh & Ethel Bergerty 56.00 

William & Exilda Bradford 25.95 

George Calder & Patricia Brother 114.00 

Priscilla Campbell & Jean Eldridge 124.12 

Roland P. & Beulah Carr 17.67 

Murray E. Cate, Sr. 46.75 

Edwin & Florence Chase 94.00 

Cosmo & Helen Chrisis 8.65 

Mary M. dayman 45.73 

Robert Lloyd Davison 66.86 

Mildred E.Dolan 87.00 

Madeline Downing 32.00 

Etta M. Eldridge 57.00 

Hazel E. Eldridge 41.93 

Lester H. Eldridge 108.00 

Mrs. Newell Eldridge 147.00 

Vivian H. Eldridge 25.00 

Erma Emack 106.00 

Gladys J.Frost 67.00 

Rose M. Richardson 52.15 

Nina Hitchcock 29.00 



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Bernard & Doris Hodge 


13.23 


John & Beatrice Hodge 


121.43 


Leslie A. Hunter 


49.48 


Svend & Inger Jensen 


121.38 


Leda E. Knapp 


65.85 


Winslow & Anna Knowles 


144.93 


Darcy & Myrtle Knox 


13.84 


Genevieve Landry 1 


12.00 


Marion E. Langlois 


85.00 


Albert LaPorte 


41.00 


Ethel LeBlanc 


119.00 


Eva B. Loud 


88.00 


Louise McDuffee 


30.00 


Arline M. Malay 


78.36 


Alyce & Margaret Jo-Ann Marek 


8.54 


Bessie A. Moody Estate 


89.00 


Walter & Teresa Regnier 


91.22 


Irvett Rines 


38.00 


Frank & Elfreda Thomas 


45.31 


Raymond & Eleanor Tyler 


57.12 


Robert W. Vinton 


55.00 


John J. & Catherine Walsh 


83.00 


Louise A. Wasson 


96.61 


Perley & Hazel Wasson 


39.00 


Helen B. Welch 


93.32 


Alice M. Wiggin 


12.27 


Geraldine A. Wilkins 


75.50 


Annie & Eleanor Wood 


41.00 




$15,327.16 


PETTY CASH 




Thomas Galante, Tax Collector 


$50.00 


TIMBER TAX DEPOSIT 


$100.00 



SEWER 



Hoyle Tanner Associates 



$10,400.00 



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STATE & COUNTY TAX 



State of N.H. Treasurer 
Treasurer, Carroll County 



$370.08 
61,480.00 



$61,850.08 



REPORT OF TOWN AUDITORS 

TOWN OF OSSIPEE, N.H. 

Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1978 



Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Fund Balances 

Federal 
Revenue Anti- 
Sharing Recession 

Fund Fund 

Available Funds - 

January 1,1978 $22,797.05 $3,057.00 
Add Revenues: 

Entitlement Payments $30,257.00 $402.00 

Interest -0- -0- 



TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 
Less Expenditures: 

Roads 
Police 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Available Funds - 
December 31, 1978 



$53,054.05 $3,459.00 



$22,000.00 
4,600.00 



$26,600.00 $ -0- 



$26,454.05 $3,459.00 



OSSIPEE DISTRICT COURT 

To the Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee: 

I submi: the following report of the Ossipee District 



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Court for the year ending December 31, 1978: 

Receipts: 

Fines & Forfeitures $68,508.00 

Bails 3,042.50 

Restitution 934.16 

Small claims 872.50 

Writs 154.00 

Miscellaneous 1 126.24 

Checks voided 30.00 



$73,667.40 
Cash on hand 1/1/78 2,074.99 



$75,742.39 



Expenditures: 




Motor Vehicle Dept. 


$29,340.80 


Motor Vehicle Dept. - Boats 


96.00 


Fish & Game Dept. 


1,128.00 


Penalty assessments 


5,816.00 


Bail returns 


2,155.50 


Witness fees 


1,628.10 


Breathalyzer tests 


263.00 


Telephone 


311.65 


Printing 


911.64 


Supplies 


115.60 


Postage 


204.11 


Meetings & dues 


182.59 


Superior Court bonds 


877.00 


Town of Ossipee 


29,846.72 


Small claims 


289.60 


Restitution 


985.40 


Sheriff's Dept. 


72.00 


Legal fees 


139.60 


Misc. 


50.19 




$74,413.50 



Balance on hand 12 / 31 / 78 $1,328.89 

JUNE C. LOUD, Clerk 



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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT 1978 

Balance brought forward: $1,698.29 

RECEIPTS 

Refund $ 52.00 

Town of Ossipee (May) 2,000.00 

Town of Ossipee (August) 1,000.00 

Town of Ossipee (December) 2,300.00 



$7,050.29 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Books and Periodicals 


$1,033.61 


Maintenance 


155.86 


Repairs and Improvements 


1,209.78 


Electricity 


122.41 


Telephone 


200.18 


Town of Ossipee (PICA) 


181.50 


Association dues 


9.00 


Fuel 


1,353.14 


Salary 


1,500.00 


Water 


38.00 


Supplies 


26.36 



$5,829.84 

Balance on hand $1,220.45 

ROLLAND W.LORD 
RUTH M. LORING 
RUTH C.ECKHOFF 

Trustees 



OSSIPEE CEMETERY REPORT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, 
New Hampshire: 

The Ossipee Cemetery Committee submit their first 
annual report. On June 5 the committee composed of 
Kenwood C. White, Walter N! Ober, Jr., and Frances E. 



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Pinkham met with the Board of Selectmen to assist in the 
upgrading of the Ham and Grant Cemeteries. 

The committee was given the initial go ahead on the 
restoration program. The work was started on June 12 in 
clearing up the Grant Cemetery. Trees were removed or 
trimmed and loads of leaves, branches, and pine needles 
were trucked to the dump. Brush along the east side 
boundary line and the west side of the new cemetery site 
were removed. Trees and brush was cut around the Ham 
Cemetery in opening up a scene once visible from route 16 
and 25 highways. 

The hinges on the gate entering the Ham Cemetery 
were broken and replaced with new hinges. In the Grant 
Cemetery the doors of the vault were repainted. Van- 
dalism occurred in the Grant Cemetery in May and 
several stones were overturned. These stones were reset. 
The markers and monuments in both cemeteries were 
raised, leveled, straightened or reset upon their bases. 

Gravestones at the top of the hill in the Grant family 
lot were moved back from the highway to make wider 
space for automobiles. Several of the gravestones were 
cleaned without any cost to the town. The sunken graves 
were refilled, leveled, and reseeded. The grass on the lots 
in both cemeteries were mowed twice, with hopes of more 
frequent mowing next year. 

The west side boundary line of the new cemetery was 
surveyed and a map drawing of each burial lot with 
number. The laying out of the new cemetery was com- 
pleted in November and the grave lots were offered for 
purchase to the general public. The cemetery committee 
wish to thank the Town Selectmen, James Thompson, 
Director of Recreation; Rodney White, Superintendent of 
the Town Highway Department for their co-operation and 
to Parker Thurston and Richard Toom for their efforts in 
restoring these cemeteries to their original state. 

Respectfully submitted, 
KENWOOD C. WHITE 
WALTER N. OBER, JR. 
FRANCES E. PINKHAM 
Cemetery Committee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

Trustees of Trust Fund, Ossipee, N.H. 1978 

CEMETERY TRUSTEES: 
OPERATION STATEMENT: 

Balance brought forward $1,720.94 

RECEIPTS: 

Wolfeboro National Bank: 

Close-out checking account 115.60 

Carroll Cty. Tr. Co.: 

Transfer savings to NOW account 6,674.59 

Sale of Cemetery Lots 600.00 

Interest from Trust Accounts 156.40 

Interest on NOW account 219.60 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Mowing and filling in, Cemetery Lots $1,244.15 
New Equipment, Office Index and 

Lawn Trimmer 253.55 
Kings wood Bank & Trust: 

transfer to 90 Day Savings Account 1,562.22 

Chickville Cemetery Association 218.03 

Memorial Day flowers 54.60 

Fuel and repairs to lawn mowers 167.93 
Scholarships: From Lord and 

Mclndoe Fund 700.00 

Travel, telephone and postage 75.00 

Accounting service 125.00 

Printing check book 10.32 



$9,487.13 



$4,410.80 
Balance December 31, 1978 $5,076.33 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report is complete and correct to the best of our knowledge 
and belief. 

BERYL Iv/T. KRAMER 
WALTER G WHITE 
GERARD E. POWl PS 
Trustees of Trust Funa^ 
HARVEY EMERSON 
R. G. KRAMER 
Auditors 



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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF 
For the Fiscal Year 



DATE 

OF 

CREATION 



NAME OF 
TRUST FUND 



PURPOSE OF 
TRUST FUND 



HOW INVESTED 





Various 


CEMETERY FUNDS: 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Various 




2/14/77 


Bradford, Muriel 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Carroll Cty.Tr. Co. 




2/14/77 


Davis-Donovan 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Carroll Cty.Tr. Co. 




2/14/77 


Hayden, George 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Carroll Cty. Tr. Co. 




2/14/77 


Pollock, Clayton 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Carroll Cty.Tr. Co. 




1,'iA/ n 


Drake, Mabel 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


George Putnam Fund 




7/6/78 


Frost, Bruce L. 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Carroll Cty. Tr. Co. 




12/14/78 


Sprague, June 


Cemetery Perpetual Care 


Carroll Cty.Tr. Co. 






Totals 


A/C Cemetery Funds 








LIBRARY FUNDS: 








Various 


White, Daniel A. 


Books 


Common Fund #1 




5/28/56 


Young, Alexander 


Books 


Common Fund #1 






Total 










HIGH SCHOOL FUNDS: 








10/26/50 


Lord & Mclndoe 


Scholarship 


Common Fund #4 




7/26/48 


Merrow. Rena M. 


Science and 
Manual Training 


Common Fund #4 






Total 







MISC. FUNDS: 
11/14/52 Mclndoe, AddieL. 
4/29/99 Young, Susan A. 

5/4/26 Young, Susan F. 



Community House 
Water Village 
Baptist Church 
Meeting House 
Ossipee Corner 



Total 



Capital Reserve Funds: 
Various Various 
TOTALS: 



Various 



Common Fund #1 
Common Fund #1 
Common Fund #1 



Wolfeboro National Bk. 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report is complete and 
correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. 
December 31, 1978 



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i 



TRUST FUNDS TOWN OF OSSIPEE 
Ended December 31, 1978 

—INCOME- 



—PRINCIPAL— 




Balance 


INCOME DURING YEAR 

Expended 




Balance 


New 




Beginning 


Funds 


Balance 


Beginning 






During 


Balance 


Year 


Created 


End Year 


Year 


Percent 


Amount 


Year 


End Year 


$27,646.64 


$0.00 


$27,646.64 


$5,216.95 


7y2% 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$5,216.95 




100.00 


100.00 


0.00 


5% 


9.84 


9.84 


0.00 




150.00 


150.00 


0.00 


5% 


14.76 


14.76 


0.00 




200.00 


200.00 


0.00 


5% 


19.67 


19.67 


0.00 




100.00 


100.00 


0.00 


5% 


9.84 


9.84 


0.00 




810.64 


810.64 


0.00 


5% 


52.02 


52.02 


0.00 




400.00 


400.00 


0.00 


5% 


9.87 


9.87 


0.00 




200.00 


200.00 


0.00 


5% 


.47 


.47 


0.00 



$27,646.64 $1,960.64 $29,607.28 $5,216.95 Various $202.52 $202.52 $5,216.95 



$912.53 


0.00 


$912.53 


$224.79 


71/2% 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$224.79 


1.000.00 


0.00 


1.000.00 


428.01 


7^/2% 


0.00 


0.00 


428.01 



$1,912.53 $0.00 $1,912.53 $652.80 Various $0.00 $0.00 $652.80 

$1,000.00 $0.00 $1,000.00 $1,170.94 71/2% $000 $700.00 $470.94 

1,000.00 0.00 1,000.00 854.94 7i/2% 0.00 0.00 854.94 

$2,000.00 $0.00 $2,000.00 $2,025.88 71/2% $0.00 $700.00 $1,325.88 

$0.00 $0,00 $231.07 

0.00 0.00 37.00 

0.00 0.00 13.49 



$500.00 


$0.00 


$500.00 


$231.07 


7' 2% 


47.50 


0.00 


47.50 


37.00 


7'.2% 


50.00 


0.00 


50.00 


13.49 


7'2% 



$597.50 


$0.00 


$597.50 


$281.56 


7V2% 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$281.56 


$11,993.62 


$2,800.00 


$3,394.35* 


$0.00 


5% 


$683.39 


$0.00 


$683.39 


$44,150.29 


$4,760.64 


$37,511.66* 


$8,177.19 




$885.91 


$902.52 


$8,160.58 



*See report, itemized schedule. 

WALTER G.WHITE 
GERARD E. POWERS 
Trustees 



73 



REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPT. 1978 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, 
N.H. 

1978 has been the busiest year yet, the total activities 
are 3158 up 665 from 1977, cases cleared by court action are 
621 up 201, activities and cases cleared by other means 
2457 up 389, cases under investigation 80 down 52, mileage 
was 83277 up 5443 miles, hours worked were up 2480. 

As reported in 1977 a CETA grant was obtamed 
through March 1978, this Grant funding was extended 
through October 1978 as hoped giving us 40 weeks and 
$5476.80 for a third man. 

During this time he attended police training two nights 
a week for sixteen weeks at no cost to the town, and in the 
fall he spent two months at the Police Academy and upon 
completion became a certified police officer in New 
Hampshire. 

While with us, he has contributed approximately 25 
percent of the court cases, crime prevention, and accident 
investigation. It is my desire to put him on full time this 
year. With increases in population and tourism there is a 
need for increased police service. 

This year Sgt. Floria has used his dog, Tarzan, during 
his patrol, it has gone over very well. Sgt. Floria is putting 
together a program for safety and use of the dog in police 
work. 

A Grant from Highway Safety Agency for $1455.00 was 
obtained to use for an all night patrol during ten weeks in 
the summer, giving us twenty four hour coverage. 

I would like to thank my officers, the Town officials, 
other department heads and the citizens of Ossipee for 
their cooperation and assistance. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHN E. FOGARTY 
Chief of Police 



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ACTIVITIES FOR 1978 

Accomplice 1 

Allow unfit person to operate 4 

Assault 4 

Accidents investigated 119 

Accidents Fatal 1 

Aids Rendered 350 

Ambulance calls and Assists 15 

Assist all other depts. 205 

Burglary 23 

Check Ups, Vehicle and Persons 625 

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor 2 

Criminal Mischief 16 

Criminal Trespass 12 

Defective Equipment 5 

Defective Equipment Tags Issued 800 

Delivery of Articles Prohibited 1 

Disorderly Conduct 19 

Depositing Offensive Matter 2 

Drinking in public 4 

Dog Complaints 100 

Dogs Disposed of 5 

DWI 37 

Failure to Stop for Emergency Vehicle 1 

False Report to Police 1 

Failure to Display Plates 1 

Failure to Appear for Court 3 

Failure to Keep Right 10 

Failure to Stop for Police 1 

Failure to Stop at Rail Road Crossing 1 

Failure to Stop for School Bus 1 

Failure to Yield 7 

Following too Close 1 

Forgery 7 

Furnishing Alcoholic Beverage to Minor 6 

Illegal Parking 3 

Illegal Transportation of Alcohol 2 

Improper Turning Movement 3 

Intoxication 22 

Issuing Bad Checks 22 

Juvenile 83 



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Littering 

Leaving the Scene of Accident 

Misuse of Plates 

Operating after Revocation or Suspension 

Operating to Endanger or Reckless 

Operating over Height 

Operating Snow Mach. on Public Way 

Operating Un-inspected Motor Vehicle 

Operating Un-registered Motor Vehicle 

Operating Un-registered Snow Mach. 

Operating W/ O Binder Chains 

Operating W / O Face Protection 

Operating W/ O License 

Operating W/ Lights 

Operating W/ Mirrors 

Operating W / O Financial Resp. 

Passing on The Right 

Passing on Railroad Crossing 

Possession of Controlled Drug 

Harrassment 

Hindering Apprehension 

Receiving Stolen Property 

Solid Line Violations 

Speeding 

Stop Sign 

Spillage 

Theft 

Towing Trailer W/ O Safety Chains 

Un-Authorized use of Motor Vehicle 

Unnecessary Noise 

Unsafe Tires 

Warnings 



11 
4 
5 
7 
9 
1 
4 

28 

26 

1 

1 

11 

37 

1 

3 

1 

2 

2 

20 

1 

1 

1 

83 

58 

31 

1 

36 

1 

6 

13 

18 

209 



TOTAL 



3158 



Cleared by Court Action 

Activities Cleared not Requiring Court Action 

Open Cases Still under Investigation 



621 

2457 

80 



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COURT CASES DISPOSED OF BY: 

Bail Forfeited 5 

Conditional Discharge 14 

Bound over to Superior Court 8 

Appealed 4 

Continued for Sentence 35 

Default 1 82 

Dismissed 3 

Fined 411 

Fine or Part Suspended 52 

Sent to House of Correction 5 

Restitution Ordered 21 

Houseof Correction Sentence Suspended 18 

License Suspended or Revoked 37 

Nol Pros 27 

Found not Guilty 7 

Mileage for the Year 83277 



77 



OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The Ossipee Recreation Department is now in its 
eighth year ot existence. Through the support of towns- 
people, the department has reached goals which initially 
seemed unattainable. In the beginning, the department 
was referred to as the Ossipee Recreation Center, At that 
time, the town hall was primarily a drop-in center, geared 
toward counseling and social interaction. 

The department is now known as the Ossipee 
Recreation Departm<:'nt. To provide quality recreation 
programs of a wide variety and for all age levels is our 
primary intent. 

The following is a list of progjrams for the year of 1978: 

4th-6th Grade Girls Softball (Bonnie Nystedt and Donna 

Sargent) 

Major Little League Baseball 

Minor Little Leage Baseball 

Ossipee Women's Softball (sponsor-Sunset Mattress) 

West Ossipee Women's Softball (sponsor - Cragin Logging, 

Dube & Murphy) 

Ossipee Swim Team (coaches - Theresa Reissfelder, 

Leslie Fraser) 

Ossipee Open Swim Meet 

American Red Cross Swimming Instruction/ Beach 

Lifeguard 

August Youth Day Camp 

Carroll County Track and Field Day (Kennett High School 

Field)CETA Youth Employees 

Men's Softball Team (coach-Timothy Hayford) 

Boston Red Sox Trip 

Mountain Climbing ^' 

Elementary School Soccer Program 

Junior High-Senior High Soccer Program 

Junior High-Senior High Volleyball Program 



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Junior High-Senior High Volleyball Tournament 

Adult Recreation 

Game Day (North Conway) 

Horseshoe Pitching Tournament 

Ski & Skate Swap & Sale (in cooperation with O.C.C.) 

Men's Basketball Team (Mt. Washington Valley Adults 

Men Basketball League) 

Women's Basketball (sponsor-Sunset Mattress) 

Christmas House Decorations Festival 

Junior High-Senior High Bowling Tournament Team 

Junior High-Senior High Bowling Program 

Pee Wee Hockey Program (coaches - Barry Williams, 

Arthur Pinkham) 

Junior High-Senior High Hockey (coaches-Arthur 

Pinkham, Barry Williams) 

4th-6th Grade Record Hops 

7th-10th Grade Record Hops 

Recreation for Senior Adults 

Youth Winter Employment Referrals 

Open Recreation for Youth 

Ossipee Ice Bowl 

G.E.D. Tutoring 

Freestyle Ski Jumping Competition (Carroll County 

Recreation Dept.)Cheerleading Squad (Judy Malay, 

Beverly Sheldon, Mrs. Joan Bishop, Jane Hartnett) 

Cheerleading Tournament (Carroll County Recreation 

Departments) 

Children's Easter Egg Hunt (appreciation ext. to Center 

Ossipee Inn) 

Halloween Party for Pre-schoolers (in Cooperation with 

O.C.C.) 

4th-6th Grade Halloween Costume Dance (in cooperation 

with O.C.C.) 

Spring Clean-up Campaign 

7th-10th Grade Holiday Hop (in cooperation with O.C.C.) 

Table Tennis Tournament 

Ice Capades 

Celtics Basketball Trips 

Skate Boarding (Great Bay Arena) 

Little Red Wagon Puppet Show 



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Adult Volleyball 

Skating Party 

Public Skating Rink 

4th-6th Grade Girl's Basketball Program (coaches - 

Phyllis Nudd, Sue Wheeler, Diane Savage) 

North Country Girl's Basketball Tournament Team 

4th-6th Grade Boy's Basketball Program (coach-Lynn 

Presby) 

Bob Lowe Boy's Basketball Tournament Team 

Recreation refers to how we spend leisure time. With 
the many volunteers who become involved in programs in 
a supervisory or coachmg capacity, for those who serve on 
our Advisory Committee, for those who donate time, 
money and/ or equipment to the program and for those 
who have an interest in its success. ..all of these people are 
assurance that our Leisure time is spent wisely and con- 
structively. 

Respectfully submitted, 
JAMES THOMPSON 
Director of Recreation 



80 



OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

The past year has been a busy one for the Planning 
Board. We have seen an increasing amount of subdivisions 
submitted to the Board for approval. Each year the work 
on the Board becomes more complicated and we are 
becoming more and more dependent on outside sources for 
ideas and advice. This increased activity has meant ad- 
ditional hours and research by the Board. 

Perhaps our most significant contribution this past 
year was the addition of the soil/ slope regulation, which 
means that a lot may be increased in size to compensate 
for poor soils or steep slope. 

Due to family commitments and heavy schedules, we 
lost three valuable members of the Board; Mrs. Wenda 
Helme, Mr. Gerald McDuffee, and Mr. Bruce Rines. Their 
absence is felt by the Board. 

Other members serving this past year were Chairman 
Peter Billings, Lorraine Onufry, George Earnshaw, 
Kenneth Leavitt and selectman Franklin Riley. 

We anticipate that 1979 will be a very busy year for the 
Board. 

NATALIE V. HALL 
Secretary 



81 



OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The many environmental problems and assets of the 
Town have kept the Commission extremely busy over the 
past year. The Commission meets the first and third 
Wednesday of each month at the Town Hall and welcomes 
interest from the public. 

Early in the year it was announced that the State of 
New Hampshire recreation plan was approved, which 
made available the funds needed for the **Pine River State 
Forest." 

The Commission members attended several meetings 
and hearings when the possible solutions to the solid waste 
disposal problem were discussed. Meetings were held in 
Freedom and Effingham as well as in Ossipee. The Town 
has been unable to solve the problem for lack of funds ; and 
at this writing, the State has filed suit against the Town for 
open burning, which was to have been stopped in 1977. 

A sewer system for Center Ossipee to correct the 
problem of the present system has continued to be a 
concern of the Commission. Activity in that connection 
included a trip to Conway to view their plant in operation. 
Town officials from Ossipee, Effingham, and Freedom 
and representatives of the State Water Supply and 
Pollution Control Commission were participants in the 
tour. The Conservation Commission also attended a 
hearing in Effingham, where the possible discharge of 
treated waste into the Ossipee River was discussed. 

The Commission has also continued its efforts to 
protect water quality by participating in meetings held by 
the Lakes Region Planning Commission which have 
resulted in the final EIS-208 Plan which has been published 
together with an appendix containing public comments. 
(Both reports can be examined at the Town Hall.) 



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Commission members also participated in the **l-2-3 
Water Quality" Program, which will be continued in 1979. 

The town water, supplied by the private water 
company, has become a particular concern in recent years 
and the Commission hopes to be able to assist the Town in 
the solution to that problem. 

Dredge and Fill Permits were reviewed by the 
Commission, including one at Duncan Lake, which was 
followed by a public hearing. The Commission is pleased to 
note that more citizens are becoming aware of the 
functions of the State Special Board and are applying for 
the necessary permits before they begin activities which 
affect the waters of our Town. 

Damage to the land and watershed from clearcutting 
timber operations and the regulations governing them 
have been investigated by the Commission. An ordinance 
reasonable and fair to the local timber industry is being 
considered. 

In December, the Conservation Commission voted to 
accept land at Indian Mound, offered to the Town for 
conservation purposes by the Carroll County Trust 
Company. This gift of land amounting to five and half 
acres is an asset to the Town for the protection of the 
wetlands and wildlife within that area. 

Since spring of the past year the Commission has spent 
many hours to effect the acquisitions of the one hundred 
and twenty acres of land at Long Sands owned by White 
and Sawyer and heirs. One half of the property is offered to 
the Town for conservation and recreation by Mr. Walter 
White, a most welcome gift. However, to acquire the total 
parcel at no cost to the Town other than an appraisal fee, it 
has been necessary to complete a number of forms and 
statements for the Federal Government. Most of this time 
and effort has been donated by Randy Lyman, Peter 
Billings and Dick Priebe. The Commission looks forward 



83 



with extreme pleasure to the completion of this trans- 
action. 

The Commission wishes to thank all those who have 
expressed interest in our work over the past year, 
particularly Town Officials, Water Resources Board, Soil 
Conservation Service and the Franklin Pierce Law Center. 

The Commissioners for the 1978-79 term include: 

RICHARD (DICK) PRIEBE, 

Chairman 

RANDY LYMAN 

Secretary 

MARILYN TILLINGHAST 

BARRY WILLIAMS 

MARK WRIGHT 

PAT JONSSON 

JEAN DANFORTH 

Respectfully submitted, 
JEAN DANFORTH 
Commissioner 



84 



OSSIPEE NURSING SERVICE 

The Ossipee Nursing Service continues to grow in 
numbers of people served and in services rendered. The 
numbers of Nursing visits were up 9 percent from 1977. 

The continuance of a monthly blood pressure and 
weight screening clinic has been very well attended 
throughout the year. One hundred sixty-five Ossipee 
residents have taken advantage of this free service. Two 
diabetic screenings were also held during the year with 
good attendance and several previous undiagnosed 
diabetic patients discovered and sent to physicians for 
appropriate treatment. 

Six bi-monthly well child and immunization clinics 
were held in Dr. Anne Collins office under the sponsorship 
of the N. H. Public Health Department. An average of 24 
children attended and we are continually grateful for the 
help of our volunteers during these clinics. 

Every piece of our medical equipment has been on 
loan during the year and most pieces are still in use at this 
time. We are grateful once more to the generosity of the 
Ossipee Rotary Club which has allowed us to purchase an 
additional piece of much needed equipment. 

In June a breast self-examination clinic was held in 
conjunction with the American Cancer Society with a 
disappointing attendance. However the few who did attend 
were very grateful for the knowledge received. 

The nursing service office hosts a monthly meeting of 
all the area social services which are involved with the 
welfare of our residents. In this way, the help available to 
all can be made known. This office has been instrumental 
in various types of supplemental assistance to many 
residents of Ossipee. 



85 



In April this office sponsored a CPR course which was 
conducted by a qualified Red Cross instructor. The turnout 
was gratifying. 

Your nurse served on the board of the Human Services 
Council, as a member of the Carroll County Advisory 
Council on Alcoholism and as a member of the Comet Core 
group (Education for providers to the elderly) which was 
done during hours not charged to the nursing service. 

The nurse's office continues to be open each morning 
for patient visits and many residents take advantage of 
this opportunity daily. 

In the coming year, your nurse will continue to make 
herself available in the office and for home visits daily, as 
in the past, and to make the service known to all residents 
of Ossipee. 

Plans are developing for our sponsorship of a "Good 
Morning" reassurance telephone program for those who 
live alone. There will also be several diabetic screening 
clinics held during the year. 

Sincerely, 

''MICKEY" MERRILL, R.N. 



86 



REPORT OF DISTRICT FOREST FIRE CHIEF 
AND YOUR FOREST FIRE WARDEN 

For more than 80 years, a cooperative effort between 
the State of New Hampshire and local forest fire 
authorities has created a forest fire prevention and sup- 
pression program that is recognized as superior 
throughout the United States. 

Since the first forest fire laws were written in 1895, the 
state and local community governments have worked 
together to prevent and combat forest fires. 

Today, 249 forest fire wardens and more than 1,800 
deputy wardens are appointed every three years by the 
State Forester to work with the members of the State 
Forest Fire staff in this effort. State funds are used to pay 
one-half the cost of forest fire suppression costs incurred 
by local forest fire organizations, within pay rates 
established by the Governor and Council. State funds 
matched by local funds are used to purchase hand tools to 
suppress forest fires, to train local forest fire crews and in 
forest fire prevention work. 

All outside burning, when the ground is not covered 
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permit from your local Forest Fire Warden. Penalty for 
burning without a permit when one is required is a 
misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $1,000 or a jail 
term of up to one year or both. 

REMEMBER, ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT 
FOREST FIRES! 

1978 FOREST FIRE STATISTICS 



State 

District 

Town 

E. SVEN CARLSON CLARENCE E. PALMER 

District Fire Chief Forest Fire Warden 



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460 


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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Cash on hand $10.37 

Capital Reserve Funds 1,940.43 

Lawyers Fund l 823.89 



Total Assets 




$2,774.69 


Excess of Liabilities 






over Assets 






Grand Total 


$2,774.69 


LIABILITIES 






Capital Reserve Funds 


$1,940.43 




Unexpended Appropriation 






for Lawyer 


823.89 




Total Liabilities 




$2,764.32 


Excess of Assets over 






Liabilities 




10.37 



Grand Total $2,774.69 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 
Not submitted. 
Available for inspection from Precinct Clerk. 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenue: 




From Taxes 


$31,664.00 


StateofN.H. (B.P.T.) 


1,125.80 


Other: 




Sale of Tank I 


$137.00 


Howe Fire Apparatus 


199.42 


Town of Freedom 


6.00 


Donation 


23.94 


Forest Fires 


106.18 


Unexpended Check 


43.52 



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Receipts ether than Current Revenue: 

Notes issued during year 31,297.50 

Cash on hanc at beginning of year 15.38 



Grand Total 




PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Hydrants 


$1,680.00 


Str jet Lights 


5,756.28 


Precinct Expenses 


9,528.51 


Snow Removal 


138.90 


Buii'ling Maintenance 


2,963.32 


Water Fights Maintenance 


822.45 



$64,618.74 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses: $20,889.46 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip.: 
Fire Truck $31,314.28 

New Equipment 1,218.51 



Total Outlay Payments $32,532.79 

Indebtedness: 
Payment on Notes $11,170.74 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 15.38 



Total Indebtedness Payments $11,186.12 



Total Payments for All Purposes $64,608.37 

Cash on hand at end of year 10.37 



Grand Total $64,618.74 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 
Treasurer 
Jan. 12, 1979 



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BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Hydrant Rental 
Street Lights ^ 

Precinct Expenses 
Water Rights Maint. 
Snow Removal 
Building Maint. 
Capital Outlay-Equipment 
Capital Outlay-Truck 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 
Capital Reserve Fund 
voted from surplus 



Total Approp. or Expend. 



Other Revenues and Credits: 
BPT 

Total Revenues Except 
Precinct Taxes 

Amount to be Raised by 
Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and Precinct 
Taxes 



Budget Committee 

JOHN E. THOMPSON CHRISTINE POWERS 

JOHN ECKHOFF ERNEST RILEY, JR. 

GRACE STOCKBRIDGE DONNA E. SARGENT 

BRUCE A. FROST DOUGLAS W. MEADER 



95 



Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


Recommended 

By 

Budget Committee 


$1,680.00 

5,756.28 

9,528.51 

822.45 

138.90 


$2,240.00 
7,500.00 

10,000.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 


2,963.32 
1,218.51 
31,314.28 
9,216.25 
1,954.49 


1,500.00 
3,500.00 

9,216.25 

1,787.27 


15.38 




$64,608.37 


$37,243.52 


:S AND CREDITS 


Actual 

Revenue 

For 

Prior Year 


Estimated 

Revenue 

For 

Current Year 


$1,125.80 


$1,125.80 




$1,125.80 




$36,117.72 




$37,243.52 




Jan. 31, 1979 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from officials records cind ir rompiete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

1/31/79 

BARRY WILLIAMS 
Precinct Clerk 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 
OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT "A" 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds $7,137.13 



Total Assets ^ $7,137.13 

LIABILITIES 
Capital Reserve Funds $7,137.13 



Total Liabilities $7,137.13 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenue: 






From Taxes 




$903.00 


Other: 






Sewer Rents 




$165.00 


N.H. Profits Tax 




18.96 


Interest 


n All Sources 


131.41 


Total Receipts fror 






PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Pumping Sewer 




$290.00 


Annual Meeting 




12.30 



$1,218.37 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $302.30 

Indebtedness 
Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 916.07 



Grand Total $1,218.37 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JUNE C. LOUD 
Jan. 8, 1979 Treasurer 



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1979 BUDGET OF THE PRECINCT "A" 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Actual 
Expenditures 


Recommended 
By 




Prior Year 


Budget Committee 


Annual Meeting 


$12.30 


$ 35.00 


Pumping Sewer 


290.00 


400.00 


Legal Expenses 




150.00 


Capital Reserve Fund to be 






raised by taxation 




500.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $302.30 $1,085.00 

SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Sewer Rents $165.00 $165.00 

Other Revenues & Credits: 
N.H. Profits Tax 18.96 20.00 



TOTAL REVENUES 

EXCEPT PRECINCT TAXES $183.96 $185.00 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES $903.00 $903.00 

TOTAL REVENUES AND 

PRECINCT TAXES $1,086.96 $1,085.00 

Budget Committee: 

JOHN E. THOMPSON 

JOHN ECKHOFF 

GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 

BRUCE L. FROST 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS 

ERNEST RILEY, JR 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 



98 



the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JUNE LOUD 
Precinct Clerk 
Date: Jan. 31, 1979 , 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds $1,261.26 



Total Assets $1,261.26 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets (Net Debt) 32,595.89 



Grand Total $33,857.15 

LIABILITIES 
Notes outstanding $33,857.15 



Total Liabilities $33,857.15 

Grand Total $33,857.15 

RECEIPTS 
Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $17,743.00 

Other: 
Donations 
Evelyn Doe 25.00 

Crystal Pond Courtel 25.00 

West Ossipee Fire Department 1,000.00 

West Ossipee Fire Department 

Auxiliary 800.00 

State of N.H. Business Profits, Inc. 1,018.48 

Ossipee Dist. Court-Restitution 372.16 

Receipts other than Current Revenue: 

Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 4,000.00 



Total Receipts from All Sources $24,983.64 

Grand Total $24,983.64 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
Heat $1,304.97 



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Electric 


582.04 


Gasoline and Oil 


466.07 


Insurance 


2,111.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


300.00 


Building 


854.95 


Vehicles 


476.11 


Auxiliary Equipment 


777.10 


Services ^ 


400.00 


Training 


96.00 


Legal Expense - Enlarge Precinct 


50.00 


Check Cost 


6.94 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $7,425.18 

Interest Paid 1,170.25 
Outlay, New Construction & Equp. 

Septic System 1,000.00 

Painting 920.00 

Air System 2,543.06 

Per. Protect, Cloth. 2,487.50 

Hose & Survive Air 2,976.15 



Total Outlay Payments $9,926.71 

Indebtedness 

Payment on Notes $5,642.85 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 818.65 



Total Indebtedness Payments $6,461 .50 

Total Payments for All Purposes $24,983.64 

Grand Total $24,983.64 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings: 
West Ossipee Fire Station 
Land $10,000.00 

Building 55,000.00 

$65,000.00 



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Jewell Hill Fire Station 

Land $1,000.00 

Building $25,000.00 



26,000.00 
Furniture and Apparatus: 

Engine Numbc3r 1 70,000.00 

Engine \'umber 2 48,000.00 

Tank Number 1 25,000.00 

Air S\stem 2,543.06 

Auxiliary Equipment 10,000.00 

Communications 3,000.00 

Furniture Not on Vehicles 3,000.00 



Total Valuation $252,543.06 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from officials records and is complete 
and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
Clerk and Treasurer 
Feb. 20, 1979 



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1979 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Actual 
Exp'ditures 


Recommended 
By 




Prior Year 


Budget Committee 


Heat 


$1,304.97 


$1,800.00 


Electric 1 


582.04 


600.00 


Gasoline and Oil 


466.07 


250.00 


Insurance 


2,111.00 


2,000.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


300.00 


650.00 


Maintenance 






Building 


2,774.95 


300.00 


Vehicles 


476.11 


1,000.00 


Auxiliary Equipment 


777.10 


600.00 


Services 


400.00 


400.00 


Training 


96.00 


300.00 


Legal Expenses 






Enlargement Precinct 


50.00 




Check Cost 


6.94 




Capital Outlay-Equipment 


8,006.71 


4,611.04 


Principal of Debt 


5,642.85 


5,642.85 


Interest on Debt 


1,170.25 


1,608.21 


Capital Reserve Fund voted 






from surplus 


818.65 





TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $24,983.64 $19,762.10 



SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 





Actual 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 




For 


For 


Other Revenues & Credits 


Prior Yt;'! 


Current Year 


Donation: 






Evelyn Doe 


$25.00 




Crystal Pond Courtel 


25.00 




West Ossipee Fire Depart- 






ment 


1,000.00 





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West Ossipee Fire Depart- 
ment 

Women's Auxiliary 800.00 

State of New Hampshire 

Business Profits Tax 1,018.48 1,000.00 

Ossipee District Court- 
Restitution 372.16 
Withdrawals from Capital 
Reserve Funds 4,000.00 

TOTAL REVENUES 

EXCEPT 



PRECINCT TAXES $7,240.64 $1,000.00 

Amount to be Raised by 

Precinct Taxes 

Minus Total Revenues $17,743.00 $18,762.10 



Total Revenues and Precinct 

Taxes $24,983.64 $19,762.10 

1/31/79 

BRUCE FROST 

GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 

CHRISTINE POWERS 

ERNEST RILEY, JR. 

JOHN ECKHOFF 

JOHN E. THOMPSON 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

DOUGLAS MEADER 

Budget Committee 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
Precinct Clerk 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1978 

ASSETS 



Cash on hand 


$404.59 


Capital Reserve Funds 


9,966.12 


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Excess of Liabilities over Assets (Net Debt) 


$29,195.41 


Grand Total 


$39,566.12 


;, LIABILITIES, 




Long Term N€)tes Issued 


$29,600.00 


Capital Reserve Funds 


9,966.12 



Grand Total $39,566.12 
SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings: 

Fire House & Land $19,500.00 

Furniture and Apparatus: 

Trucks & Tanks 50,000.00 

Fire Fighting Equipment & Supplies 26,000.00 



Complete listing available from clerks records 

Total Valuation $95,500.00 

RECEIPTS 
Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $16,221.00 

Other: 

6 percent Business Profits 413.20 

Town of Ossipee Forest 

Firewarden 22.76 

Credit Ossipee Insurance 96.00 

Receipts other than Current Revenue: 

Notes issued during year 20,000.00 

Total Receipts from all Sources: 

Cash on hand at beginning of year $1.390.42 

Grand Total $38,143.38 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
Insurance $1,699.00 



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street Lights 3,440.03 

Elec. Fire Station 229.77 

Fuel Fire Station 778.63 

Telephone Fire Station 282.42 

Clerks & Treas. Exp. 11.35 

Mutual Aid Dues 300.00 

Maint./ Communication 574.61 

Maint. / Fire Station 599.37 

Maint. /Fire Trucks 1,428.10 

Firemen's Expenses 359.28 

Firemen's Reimburse. 1,200.00 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses: 


$10,902.56 


Outlay, New Construction & Equip: 




E-2 Chassis 


$19,945.53 


Capital Outlay 


1,005.81 


Total Outlay Payments 


$20,951.34 


Indebtedness 




Payment on Notes 


$2,940.00 


Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 


2,944.89 



Total Indebtedness Payments $5,884.89 

Total Payments for All Purposes $37,738.79 

Cash on hand at end of year $404.59 

Grand Total $38,143.38 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JOHN H. MORRILL 
Clerk 
February 12, 1979 



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1979 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT AND POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Insurance ^ 

Street Lights 
Electricity-Fire Station 
Fuel Fire Station 
Clerk & Treasurer Expense 
Mutual Aid Dues 
Maintenance Com- 
munications 

Maintenance Fire Station 
Maintenance Fire Trucks 
Telephone Fire Station 
Fireman's Expense 
Firemen's Reimbursement 
Maintenance Fire Equip- 
ment 

Fire Station Addition 
Road Sign Purchase 
Capital Outlay-Equipment 

Principal of Debt on Engine 
Two 

Interest on Debt 
on Engine Two 

Principal of Debt 
on Engine One 

Interest on Debt 
on Engine One 

Capital Reserve Fund 
to be raised by taxation 

Total Appropriations or 
Expenditures 



Actual 
Expenditures 


Recommended 
By 


Prior Year 


Budget Committee 


$1,603.00 


$2,400.00 


3,440.03 


4,500.00 


229.77 


300.00 


778.63 


1,200.00 


11.35 


150.00 


300.00 


650.00 


574.61 


350.00 


599.37 


700.00 


1,428.10 


1,200.00 


282.42 


275.00 


359.28 


300.00 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


-0- 


600.00 


-0- 


1,500.00 


-0- 


500.00 


1,005.81 


2,000.00 




4,200.00 




2,500.00 


2,400.00 


2,400.00 


540.00 


436.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


$16,252.37 


$28,861.00 



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SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



Other Revenues & Credits: 
6 percent Profit Tax 
Reinibiirsement 

Total Revenues except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be raised by 

Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 

1/31/79 



Actual 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


For 


For 


Prior Year 


Current Year 



$418.00 



$400.00 

$400.00 
$28,461.00 

$28,861.00 



Budget Committee 



BRUCE FROST 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 
CHRISTINE POWERS 
ERNEST RILEY, JR. 



JOHN ECKHOFF 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
DOUGLAS MEADER 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, Page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JOHN MORRILL 

(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 



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